Category Archives: The Blogosphere
Oklahoma blogger takes Finebaum tweet of a speculative comment by Colin Cowherd (boy, talk about instant credibility) and runs with it.
Personally, I think the angst over satellite camps is overblown to the point of silliness and not worth keeping close watch on… but that doesn’t mean I didn’t get a huge chuckle reading Brian Cook’s smackdown of a Roll Bama Roll post about Harbaugh’s trip to Alabama.
Man, it’s already the first of June.
- From the NFL to college to high school – Mike Sherman goes full circle.
- “But now that the Gators have become a middle-of-the-pack program on the field, the school’s lagging facilities have come into focus.” Damn, I love hearing stuff like that.
- And I thought we were the only ones with this problem.
- Greg McGarity says he’s working on two “signature” home and away series for the twenties.
- Bring on the lawyers.
- So who’s getting more “sleeper” love, Arkansas or Tennessee?
- Roll Bride.
- For those of you who fret about player strikes, here’s a story about a walk out at Indiana forty-five years ago.
- Title IX math is hard.
- The University of Georgia Athletic Association will set up a $1 million endowment to support the university’s new experiential learning initiative.
- And this is just what any quarterback playing for Steve Spurrier wants.
Anti-SEC smack laid down by, of all people, a Virginia Tech blogger.
Round two of the Georgia bloggers’ roundtable discussion can be found here.
Pretty fair to say there’s a consensus around Isaiah McKenzie and the tight ends.
Oh, yeah. And spring injuries.
Georgia bloggers’ answers here. (I’m the succinct one.)
The only surprise I take from the responses is how little mention Park receives. I know he’s a long shot due to his relative lack of experience, but I have to say I’m more impressed with his G-Day effort after watching some of the replay.